This is the story of a vagrant samurai – the solitary, savage and scrupulous Kiba – who arrives at a village to defend a beautiful, blind woman against a sinister plot. Her assailants then send against him another samurai, named Sana, who is without scruples. The fight between them will become personal, for the honor and love of the blind woman.
- Stars:Isao Natsuyagi, Ryôhei Uchida, Junko Miyazono, Tatsuo Endô, Junkichi Orimoto, Yoshirô Aoki, Takashi Tabata, Kyôichi Satô, Misako Tominaga, Toyoko Takechi, Yuki Arasa, Ayako Satô, Rumiko Fuji, Akira Shioji, Daisuke Awaji,
- Director:Hideo Gosha,
- Writer:Hideo Gosha (idea), Kei Tasaka
This is the story of a vagrant samurai – the solitary, savage and scrupulous Kiba – who arrives at a village to defend a beautiful, blind woman against a sinister plot. Her assailants then send against him another samurai, named Sana, who is without scruples. The fight between them will become personal, for the honor and love of the blind woman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Samurai Wolf torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: 1 hour and 40 minutes in heaven.
(br) wrote: Hellraiser: Revelations is the final entry in this horror series but it is not an end to the series, just an un-needed sequel. First off this film features a brand new actor playing the iconic Pinhead and it is obvious, not even close to looking or sounding like the original. This film does not even have the feel of being a Hellraiser movie and it focuses on 2 kids in Mexico and their families back in the United States. It then turns into everyone being stuck at this giant house in the country with nowhere to go. Pinhead does makes an appearance or two, mainly in the final sequence but all horror is lost along the way. There are a couple interesting scenes but for the most part it was rather dull. Now that I have watched this entire horror series I have come away with the conclusion that this needs to be renamed, The Puzzle Box because it is the only consistent, frequent thing in the whole series. The main bad guy, Pinhead rarely appeared in any movie and he was so mysterious that you never became attached to him or let alone scared by him. If they re-boot the series like I have heard, they have a tough job to create a film everyone will want to see.
(mx) wrote: This movie changed my life. Did it win an award for Picture of the Year? It definitely deserved it. The cinematography was so great. I felt like the bear was right there with me. They made it look like the bear was REALLY angry. Poor bear. I hope he got a Grammy.
(ag) wrote: This movie actually isnt really that good but Sean William Scott really owns the part, I think he has more potential than people give him credit for.
(au) wrote: Never going to happen.
(nl) wrote: Is it good? No, no way. But it IS entertaining as hell, easy going, and the performances are actually not that bad (at least those from the main cast). It is absolutely rewatchable, and the story is easy to understand (mostly because it is just really dumb). But I can't go to hard on this movie, because in the genre of videogame-movies this might just be one of the best (which really isn't saying much though).
(us) wrote: Anybody who says this is the worst movie ever in either major wide release features or direct to video obviously has never seen any of the bullshit that Friedberg & Seltzer have been pumping out dumbing down society. It is the lowest grossing movie of all time. But can anybody honestly remember seeing a commercial for this? Or in a theater? Delgo does plenty of things right and has lots of flashes of brilliance, but in the end doesn't sufficiently come together. The animation is incredibly detailed and imaginative. Techniques like scores of light sources in a scene, moving cameras, lots and lots of pieces moving simultaneously, clouds of dust, and shimmering foggy auras that produce their own light, are used often. But that(TM)s where it really stops being special. Some of the characters are poorly developed and Chris Kattan is just as retardly annoying as in animated form as he is in the flesh. But for the most part the voice acting is well done and they got a very good cast together. The storyline is rather cliche and predictable. The editing quite poorly takes you from scene to scene. In the end it's a damn good effort and doesn't deserve the title biggest bomb ever. A lot of work was put in this to be called that. How much work do you think was put into Vampire Sucks?
(es) wrote: This is a beautifully done film set on location. The cinematography is magnetic. The story is beautiful. I love this film!
(kr) wrote: oohh my gwwaddd Aishwarya rai!!!!! i should see this!!
(br) wrote: the dude gets medieval on the old west.
(ca) wrote: This movie definitely took more time to watch than the book took time to read. And, unfortunately, the movie is just as preachy??and even more dull.
(jp) wrote: Great songs (including the 4 that were cut from the original film) and dancing but the sound-stage sets just killed any warmth emanating from the characters.
(ag) wrote: An uplifting coming-of-age story with a great soundtrack. It just feels a little too written-for-the-screen rather than a genuine story from the 1970's.
(de) wrote: I don't even know when this comes out, but it will be awesome because it's a Martin Scorsese movie.
(au) wrote: One of those movies that without good chemistry between the two leads there would be little to salvage, and thankfully Teller and Tipton are absolutely electric.